"I want to tell you, though, this is a very, very hard process", Butte County Sheriff and Coroner Kory L. Honea told CNN.
"That's a lot of homes they have to go through to ensure that there are no human remains there, not to mention the hundreds of vehicles that are burned out and just strewn all over the roads", she said. "We should love Paradise", said Ward Habriel at the meeting. "While I was there (on Sunday) a couple came in and found their cat".
"The fuel is so dry that if we get any wind, the fire is going to move", fire Captain Bill Murphy, a spokesperson for the incident command, told Reuters.
The death toll from the most destructive fire in California's history has risen to 48 after six more bodies were recovered from homes in Paradise, while relatives and friends of the missing are desperate for information.
At least 7,600 residences have been destroyed in the county along with 1,119 commercial and other structures.
The National Weather Service office in Los Angeles said there were wind gusts Tuesday of up to 33 miles per hour in the fire areas. About 11 areas were reopened to residents.
The new brush blaze, dubbed the Sierra Fire, burned close to homes in Rialto and consumed 20 acres in 15 minutes thanks to heavy winds.
Megan James, of Newfoundland, Canada, searched via Twitter from the other side of the continent for information about her aunt and uncle, whose house in Paradise burned down and whose vehicles were still there.
Bartek said he's especially concerned about his father, who's retired.
Still, experts said on Tuesday that authorities may first try more traditional methods of identification such as examining dental records. "That's tough to deal with as well".
This N That, a consignment store in Paradise, is overrun by flames. "It can be hard to identify their pets because of getting singed", she said.
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The good news here is that it appears from the photo that the fire didn't reach this particular area.
Hill said it's unclear how long the horse was in the pool. That's bigger than the size of Atlanta.
The "Camp Fire", which erupted on Thursday, has ravaged 125,000 acres (50,585 hectares) of land and is 30 percent contained, according to Cal Fire. As of Tuesday, the inferno was 35% contained. The blaze has torched 97,114 acres. That's larger than the cities of Chicago and Boston combined.
Brad Weldon grabbed a garden hose as the Camp Fire approached his house, spraying water to keep the flames at bay and protect his disabled, elderly mother inside.
On Friday evening, Los Angeles County Animal Care & Control was sheltering a total of 815 rescued animals displaced by the Woolsey and Hill fires in Ventura County, according to Allison Cardona, Deputy Director of South County operations. The number of people evacuated was down by about half from the day before, to around 100,000, authorities said, and the fire was partially contained.
The email said the company was sending employees to work on the high-power lines because "they were having problems with sparks".
Earlier on Tuesday, two more men were found looting and arrested into Butte County jail.
What's left of a staircase stands amidst a smoldering home as the Camp fire tears through Paradise, north of Sacramento, California.
California Highway Patrol Chief Brent Newman asked for the public's patience as teams clear affected areas.
But in a sign of significant progress against the blaze, more neighborhoods were reopened to thousands of residents who fled last week.
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